Along the Pentland Road, 25 May 2017

Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Wednesday 26 May

It started so nice this morning, blue skies and all that. But showers bubbled up pretty quickly, and some nice cumulonimbus clouds marched up and down the horizon. One brought hailstones to the north of Lewis, and another drenched the town - fortunately, just as I was in the library.

On June 12th, it will be 70 years ago since the 51st Highland Division, part of the British Expeditionary Force, was captured at St Valery-en-Caux in northern France. Many were taken prisoner of war for the duration of WW2, a few managed to escape. I was in the library to dig out the names from the WW2 rolls of honour, which took me an hour and a half.

2 comments:

  1. As I was reading todays news from you I looked up and see it is raining ! first rain I have seen in about a month !! so thankfully no garden watering to be done tonight...I can even smell the rain now...
    Love Sybil

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  2. Sorry I havn't been around for a while,I am trying some commenting this evening.I just love your header picture Guido it's fabulous.Happy to read you didn't get wet.How I love boats.We got our first rain for ages this evening not much but I am sure the garden will benefit from it,rather than the tap water in a can.The hose pipe I am saving for my nasty neighbour Heeeeeeeeee.Take Care God Bless Kath xx

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